Protesters last week in Baton Rouge. Image: Shannon Stapleton/REUTERS.

Protecting Our Children After The Wounds Of Racism Divide Us Even More

I find myself in this place again. I am numb. I feel empty. I almost have no words.
In 2012, around the time of the birth of my son, I had a similar feeling. Trayvon Martin was killed. I was pregnant with a black male in a world that was not ready for him.


Men Aren't Stupid And Women Aren't Crazy

Until we’re ready to sit in vulnerability, both genders will continue to battle the stereotypes they are so desperate to be rid of.

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We Need A Re-Education: On Making Racist "Jokes"

It’s not okay to say racist things as long as the subject of our racism is not in ear shot.